6 Ways to Maximize Your Internship Using LinkedIn

6 Ways to Maximize Your Internship Using LinkedIn

If you're a typical college student, you're probably not massively into LinkedIn. Not having had much, if any, professional experience, you wonder who ...

The World Cup According to Twitter

The World Cup According to Twitter

The World Cup ended on Sunday with Germany defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time. This ended a thrilling month of passion, competition, and ...

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LA Summer Internship: Week Seven

Week Seven With the summer winding down, I figured that I should focus more on doing work and learning than goofing off (though ...

5 Reasons You Should Be Blogging

5 Reasons You Should Be Blogging

Blogging is what I consider a hidden social gem. As an online platform to document or share ideas, blogging can be the ...

Neurobridge Uses Algorithms To Work New ‘Bionic’ Arm

Neurobridge Uses Algorithms To Work New 'Bionic' Arm

Some weeks ago a young man, Ian Burkhart, made history by becoming the first quadriplegic person to move his hand without a ...

6 Ways to Maximize Your Internship Using LinkedIn

6 Ways to Maximize Your

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Neurobridge Uses Algorithms To Work New ‘Bionic’ Arm

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| July 22, 2014

6 Ways to Maximize Your Internship Using LinkedIn

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If you’re a typical college student, you’re probably not massively into LinkedIn. Not having had much, if any, professional experience, you wonder who to connect with and how to make your scanty profile look attractive. But once you score an internship, things are looking up for you on LinkedIn! Here are six ways you can make the most → Read More

| July 21, 2014

Snapchat Geofilters, Celebrity-Only Facebook App, And More: The Social Media RoundUp

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Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a biweekly feature of Information Space. Sending the same Snapchats to your friends over and over again can get boring. Luckily, with the newest Snapchat update, you can now add some pizazz to your daily snaps with geofilters. These stickers appear as overlays to your photos and are unlocked only when → Read More

| July 18, 2014

SU Student Kickstarts Pour-Over Coffee System: Invergo

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When incoming students walk into their first college dorm room, they think of the next four years ahead of them. When Cameron Hughes, a transfer student at Syracuse University, walked into his dorm room, he found his office and makerspace for his next product, Invergo. Hughes is now a junior in the Industrial Design program at → Read More

| July 17, 2014

The World Cup According to Twitter

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The World Cup ended on Sunday with Germany defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time. This ended a thrilling month of passion, competition, and national pride across the world. The mystique of this special event was captured throughout social media, most notably on Twitter. For those not watching the game live, they could turn to Twitter and see → Read More

| July 16, 2014

LA Summer Internship: Week Seven

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Week Seven With the summer winding down, I figured that I should focus more on doing work and learning than goofing off (though I did manage to goof off a good bit this week). I worked on a Nissan commercial, took photos alongside a photographer that has taken portraits of just about every pop star → Read More

| July 15, 2014

5 Reasons You Should Be Blogging

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Blogging is what I consider a hidden social gem. As an online platform to document or share ideas, blogging can be the most liberating form of social media, given that it is without any limits on topic discussed or the number of words used. With blogging, you can put yourself out there through a different → Read More

| July 14, 2014

Syracuse Grad Hopes Crowdfunding Will Help Bring Story of Everest Sherpas to the World

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There’s a term for online journalists: information sherpas. I’m going to introduce you to an online journalist who has a crowdfunding campaign that, if successful, will help him do journalism about Sherpas, the ones who guide hikers up to the summit of Mt. Everest. Syracuse University grad Adam Popescu G’10 is on a mission to bring the story → Read More

| July 11, 2014

Neurobridge Uses Algorithms To Work New ‘Bionic’ Arm

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Some weeks ago a young man, Ian Burkhart, made history by becoming the first quadriplegic person to move his hand without a functional spinal cord. This was made possible by a small chip inserted in his brain called a neurobridge. The Neurobridge technology combines algorithms that learn and decode the user’s brain activity and a high-definition muscle → Read More

| July 10, 2014

LA Summer Internship: Week Six

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Week Six This week was hectic! Lots of traveling, and lots of eating at really great restaurants. But with the end of my internship (and summer) rapidly approaching, I feel like I needed to start living it up a little bit more. And for you to check out as you please: Holy hyperlinks, Batman! Elf Café / Tony’s On → Read More

| July 9, 2014

‘Buy Now’ on Twitter, An Emoji-Only Social Network, And More: Social Media RoundUp

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Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a biweekly feature of Information Space. If you live the hectic life of a community manager, or manage a Facebook page, you will be happy to hear about this major app update. The Facebook Pages Manager app for iOS and Android received an a brand new design. According to Facebook for → Read More